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Old 10-29-2006, 10:51 AM   #5
Robin Springall
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This is something that I'll be facing fairly soon, when I get our website revamped.

I know pretty much what I want and how it should look but, since I have neither the time nor the expertise to do it myself, I'll have to employ somebody to do the work for me, but under my guidance. He or she will get an agreed fee, but that's it: I don't want the result to be considered a "work of art" where the designer has the rights to its intellectual property: it's mine, surely?

   
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